Good morning Boston Life members, and welcome to the last week of January. Hopefully with the turn of the month, some milder weather will be headed our way and February will prove to be both an exciting and event filled month. Now, before we jump into the week, let’s take a moment to recap the weekend.
If you’re a sports fan, and especially a Celtics fan, you will be delighted to learn that in one of the more intense games of the season, the Celtics took a win of 109-96 against the L.A. Lakers. For a more in-depth review of the game you can follow this link http://www.boston.com/sports/basketball/celtics/articles/2011/01/31/celtics_team_up_to_defeat_lakers/ and get a play-by-play of the game.
For football fans, the Pro Bowl in Hawaii left New Englanders and other AFC fans disappointed. Taking a 55-41 loss against the NFC, the NFC dominated the first half of the game. Again for more coverage of the game you can follow the link bellow, http://www.nfl.com/probowl.
Now for current happenings at the Center:
As many of you have been told time and time again, we are still updating our website. We have new flyers on the way, and more online programs developing. We hope to be introducing new teachers fairly shortly, and as always we are working hard to give you the best experience here at Boston Life.
For a heads up this week, there is a two-part storm predicted to hit Boston Tuesday afternoon and it’s predicted to extend until Wednesday where snow will be met with sleet and freezing rain. It looks to be an ugly storm, so make sure you’re not caught in it without the proper attire. To keep track of how much snow we have accumulated this season, http://www.boston.com/news/weather/graphics/2011_snowfall/?p1=Well_MostPop_Emailed6 check out this link. So far we are 24.7 inches away from reaching Shaq’s full height.
So until tomorrow,